Well, if I start tying now I might have a dozen by July. Not that I'd share with a couple of comedians like you and Mr. Clark. Actually as much of a pain as it was to tie this one, I think the process can be streamlined significantly. One cheat I stumbled on this time was to print out a pic of a real anchovy in high contrast gray scale. With the image inserted into a gallon ziploc bag, the flashabou can be laminated directly on top of the image. UV resin will cling to the bag in both wet and cured form, but it doesn't bond to it and peels off easily. The nice part here is that you don't have to be even a mediocre artist like myself to trace the outline and apply color in a realistic manner. There's really no reason to even use the eye blank if you can draw it directly on the flashabou by tracing. I would recommend wiping the cured resin with acetone or nail polish remover before using markers though. Any residual tackiness makes it difficult to draw on and will ruin the markers.